Donate to CIPS through the CIPS Donor Circles!

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CIPS is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that relies on funds it raises and donations from organisations and private individuals to do its work to achieve its vision of a Free and Prosperous Indonesia. 

CIPS’ Donor Circles target companies and private individuals through an annual donation program. Donations support the work of CIPS’ in two key areas: 

  1. Education, Trade and Economic Opportunities in the Digital Economy

  2. Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

Being a CIPS donor enables companies to a range of benefits including priority participation at CIPS’ flagship event, Digiweek, and access to CIPS’ regulatory and statistical databases which cover seven key food commodities, amongst other benefits.

Donations enable CIPS to do our work of driving evidence-based policy reforms which facilitate the development of an open, inclusive society for all Indonesians. 

Become a CIPS Donor today and drive lasting impact together with CIPS!

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CIPS Innovator
 

Support CIPS initiatives to promote innovative solutions in education, trade, and the digital economy in Indonesia.

US$7,000 Donation
Renewable Annually 
 

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CIPS Champion

Support CIPS to drive increased food security and sustainable agriculture modernisation for Indonesia.

US$7,500 Donation
Renewable Annually 

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Friend of CIPS

Annual donation to support CIPS’ vision and mission of working towards a free and prosperous Indonesia!

Any amount is welcome

Benefits for Donor:

A. 1 joint webinar on an agreed topic of mutual interest, organised by CIPS.

 

B. Opportunities to give input to CIPS’ advocacy and research priorities in education and digital economic issues**.

 

C. 2 priority tickets to in-person sessions at CIPS, DigiWeek*, including closed-door sessions.

D. Quarterly reports of CIPS advocacy work.

Benefits for Donor:

A. 1 joint Webinar on an agreed topic of mutual interest, organised by CIPS.

B. Opportunities to give input to CIPS’ advocacy and research priorities in food security and agriculture issues.

 

C. Access to Food Monitor* databases and annual reports.

 

D. Quarterly reports of CIPS advocacy work.

Benefits:

A. Receive Quarterly reports of CIPS advocacy work and monthly newsletter commentary from our experts when you donate to CIPS.

*CIPS DigiWeek is an annual event that brings together multiple stakeholders such as tech companies, regulators, industry players & groups and interested members of the public to discuss policy developments and solutions to issues affecting the digital economy of Indonesia. 

**Applicable Terms and Conditions for Annual Donations:

 

  • Final themes, scope and content of webinars organised by CIPS will be at the discretion of CIPS and aligned with CIPS’ mission and strategic objectives. 

  • CIPS reserves the right to respectfully decline donations if they undermine CIPS’ independence, academic integrity and non-profit status.

How to Donate

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If you or your organization is interested to cooperate and engage more closely with CIPS,

please contact:

Anthea Haryoko (Chief Innovation and  Development Officer)

at anthea.haryoko@cips-indonesia.org

Center for Indonesian Policy Studies is officially registered as a non-profit as 

Yayasan Cipta Sentosa 

All donations from legal entities registered in Indonesia (i.e: not individuals) to CIPS/Yayasan Cipta Sentosa are eligible for a Tax Deduction (PPh 28/29) based on Permenkeu No.36 Pasal 6 ayat 1 and Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 93 Tahun 2010. Yayasan Cipta Sentosa is categorised as a Research and Development organisation under these regulations.